The Nevada REALTORS state conference took a hiatus for more than a decade, starting in the early 2000s. Years later, NVR leaders made the commitment to bring it back and their decision was rewarded with insightful and well-attended conferences in 2018 and 2019.
The COVID pandemic and stifling forest fires forced the state conference into a virtual setting for 2020 and 2021 respectively. However, that was not the case last week as the event returned with an in-person format for the 2022 event, which was hosted by the Hyatt Regency in Incline Village at Lake Tahoe.
Following NVR's fall Board of Directors meeting last Wednesday morning, the conference kicked off with a welcome reception Wednesday evening followed by a day and a half of programming. Click here to read more.
Nevada REALTORS® (NVR) announced its newly elected officers who will lead the statewide association in 2023, led by incoming President Tom Blanchard and President-elect Trevor Smith.
Blanchard, a former president of Las Vegas REALTORS® (LVR), served as NVR's president-elect for 2022. Smith, a past president of the Incline Village REALTORS® (IVR) based in the Lake Tahoe area, served as NVR vice president in 2022. He will become NVR's president in 2024.
Brandon Roberts was elected to serve as NVR vice president in 2023. He is the 2022 president of LVR and a longtime REALTOR® based in Southern Nevada. He is now in line to become NVR president in 2025.
Marcella Syme, a past president of the Elko County Association of REALTORS® (ECAR), will serve as NVR treasurer in 2023, as she did in 2022. NVR 2022 President Doug McIntyre, a longtime REALTOR® based in Reno, will serve as immediate past president in 2023. He is also a past president of the Reno-Sparks Association of REALTORS® (RSAR).
Longtime Reno REALTOR® Gary MacDonald, another past president of RSAR, will serve as state director.
Nevada REALTORS looking for future leaders to fill upcoming class roster
Nevada REALTORS members ... applications are now available to apply for the state association's highly acclaimed Leadership Academy. The program meets four times a year in various locations while addressing a variety of areas of personal and business growth, including public speaking and team building.
NVR is committed to identifying and cultivating leaders for the future of the real estate profession in Nevada. The Leadership Academy program is an exciting way to accomplish this vision by encouraging participants with motivational activities and assisting in sharpening their leadership skills in the hope they will exert a strong positive influence on the future of the profession and the Association. Click here to learn more about the program and access the link to the new application.
Nevada REALTORS® is accepting nominations for its 2022 Nevada Distinguished REALTOR® Award (NDRA), Inspiring New Leader of Tomorrow Award (INLTA), REALTOR® Active in Politics award (RAP) and the Woodcock-Peek Legacy Award.
Did you know the National Association of REALTORS offers a myriad of resources to help keep its members safe. With September being REALTOR Safety Month, we thought it would be a good time to highlight those resources.
The goal of the REALTOR® Safety Program is to reduce the number of safety incidents that occur in the industry, so every REALTOR® comes home safely to his or her family every night. We will accomplish this goal together with our members by improving the Safety Culture in the industry: Talk about safety; create a safety plan and follow it; and encourage your fellow REALTORS® to do the same. Click here to learn more.